Heim was born on Feb. 22, 1906 in Budapest, Hungary; attended the Academy of Music, Budapest; wrote scores for musicals and
films in Hungary; came to the US in 1939; served in US Army, Special Services during World War II, wrote film scores in Hollywood,
and songs, including: "Szabadkai Udvaron" (official Hungarian Army song), "Time and time again," "Don't look at me the way
you're lookin'", "My ol' ten gallon hat," "Rather do without you, baby," "Down the gypsy trail," "While the music plays on,"
"Fighting wild cat march," (official song, 81st Div.), and "Give it your best" (official song, 13th Armored Div.); he died
on Aug. 1, 1946 in Los Angeles.
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